Monday, November 19, 2012
I will be selling my prints, new cards and a little book at this years Halifax Crafters Market at the Olympic Centre on December 1st & 2nd. The sale is an amazing opportunity to buy local handmade goods.
NEW card designs!
Check out the Crafters Blog for my interview and find out more about my practice and what to expect at Crafters this year!
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
My painting, The Rabbit and the Snake, was auctioned last week in the first Halifax Timeraiser Event
Timeraiser events happen in cities all over Canada where people can bid on artwork with volunteer hours to community organizations, and artists get paid the full value of their work, so everyone wins!
Friday, September 28, 2012
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The Lunenburg Art Gallery Foundation is having a Live Auction on September 29th, same day as the launch of the famous Bluenose II, to raise money for the Lunenburg Art Gallery
My piece "Lovers in the Night" will be available for auction
FOR THE LOVE OF ART
Live Auction & Silent Auction
Lunenburg Opera House
290 Lincoln St.
4:00 - 7:00 pm
Saturday, September 29, 2012
$25 per person
Tickets available at the Lunenburg Art Gallery (corner of Pelham and Duke)
Lovers in the Night
Monday, September 24, 2012
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
I did the artwork for the Growing Green Art Show poster this year
The show is part of the Sustainability Festival happening this weekend in Bridgewater
I also have three watercolours in the show from my "Woman of the North and Woman of the South" series. Come check them out at the Bridgewater Library from August 25th to September 29th
See you there!
Monday, July 16, 2012
You might have heard me on national radio yesterday morning talking about Girl Talk, the summer camp I'm running with the Second Story Women's Centre in Lunenburg. It was on CBC World Report, reported by the one and only, Julia Pagel!!
listen to the clip on this link
Sunday, July 8, 2012
I am running Girl Talk this summer!
Dates & Locations:
- July 9-12 Bridgewater (St. Paul's Lutheran Church Hall)
- July 16-19 New Germany Elementary School
- July 23-26 Lunenburg (Central United Church Hall)
- July 30-Aug 2 Chester (Forest Heights Community School)
- August 7-10 Liverpool (Queen's Family Resource Centre)
- Call 640-3044, ext. 19
- or 543-1315, ext. 19
- Email email@example.com
- Click here
My show at the Black Duck in Lunenburg turned out beautifully! Thanks to Liam, Dave and my mom for their parts in making the frames, and thanks to Ulo for the vinyl. Also, many thanks to everyone who came out for the opening!
The show will run until July 20th at the Black Duck Gallery in Lunenburg, NS.
Check it out if you haven't already!
I gave a special Watercolour workshop for grade six students at Pentz Elementary for the Fort Point Historical Society. The students created images inspired by maps designed by the the earliest European settlers of the Lahave region. I showed them how to use salt and oil pastels to achieve interesting effects with the paint.
The paintings turned out beautifully!
The students who created the Lunenburg Academy Memory Quilt Project and I were invited to a Genealogy Conference in Lunenburg. We were asked to speak about the process of making the quilt and officially handed over the quilt to the Academy.
The quilt currently hangs at the Bluenose Academy in Lunenburg. Check it out!
Monday, May 14, 2012
at the Lunenburg Makery
Choose Mornings or Afternoons on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays all through July and August
For kids 9 and up
Facilitated by Artist and Educator Rebecca Roher
Activities and games such as… sock animals, watercolours, oil pastels, print making, collage, paper pop ups, weaving, hula hooping, egg dying, book making & snow globes!
$160/kid for 8 sessions, all materials included
Register by June 20th at the Lunenburg Makery
228 Lincoln St. (902) 640 4100
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Saturday, April 28, 2012
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Friday, March 23, 2012
My amazing crew of seamstresses from the Lunenburg Academy and I have been very busy creating blocks for our memory quilt for the last seven weeks. Yesterday, we had a very productive session and the whole top has finally been pieced together. I am thrilled to present it in its almost-finished state!
Next week we will be stretching it on the frame and begin hand quilting the whole piece, stitching the top, batting and back layers together. Hand-quilting is an old tradition in this part of Nova Scotia, and continues on today with a few groups. I am so impressed by the dedication and creativity I have seen over the last few weeks with my students, and I cant wait to see the quilt complete!
Early on, we made a practice paper quilt to better understand drawing with shapes.
Over March Break, I ran a few sock-animal workshops at the Lunenburg Makery. We made sock-frogs, and a few kids went outside the box and made other animals like a sock-spider and a sock-diva! I was very impressed by how quickly the youngsters of Lunenburg County took up hand sewing.
Friday, March 2, 2012
These are a few paintings from a series I've been working on about two women living in the North and the South. It's been fun thinking about their extreme landscapes, what tools and vessels they might have around, how they collect water and get from place to place.
This is their world
The Woman of the North in her cave
The Woman of the South fetching water
The Woman of the South drinking water